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Booklet - 'Talking Points on Australia', Australian National Travel Association, circa 1936 Document Reg. No: SH 000079

Summary:
Booklet titled 'Talking Points on Australia', issued by the Australian National Travel Association and published by John Sands Pty. Ltd. Sydney, circa 1936. This booklet provides information about Australia to epitomise the outstanding fundamental facts of the fifth continent thus promoting an understanding of the diversity and commonality of Australian society. Although primarily its appeal is to the Australian going abroad, and to the visitor returning home, it relates to the other literature which provides information about Australia and promotes it as a destination for tourists and immigrants.
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Small, single stapled, spine bound booklet, printed black and red on aqua coloured card. Front cover depicts image of Australian coastline with red text running through it on a 45" angle. Below this is three registers of black printed text. The rear cover similarly has black printed text. The inside of the booklet is black text printed on light green paper with a small number of black and white photographs.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr & Mrs Cullinan, 2000
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 10.40 cm (Height), 0.00 cm (Width), 7.10 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: immigration, travel, immigration policies, migration settlement
Themes this item is part of: Getting In, Immigration Museum Exhibition, 2003-2015, Migration Collection
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Orientation
Tertiary Classification: promotional materials
Inscriptions: Front cover: TALKING POINTS ON AUSTRALIA/Issued by the/ AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL TRAVEL ASSOCIATION
Publisher: John Sands Pty. Ltd., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, circa 1936
Issued By: Australian National Travel Association, Australia, circa 1936

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